http://www.mwse.com.au/default.aspx?s=article-display&id=42727&title=five-players-charged-as-sea-eagles-consider-options Five players charged as Sea Eagles consider options 29/08/2011 4:50:00 PM The Manly Sea Eagles will take further advice overnight before deciding if the club will fight charges laid against players from last Friday's round 25 match against Melbourne Storm at Brookvale Oval. Glenn Stewart had his role in the incident referred straight to the NRL judiciary along with Melbourne forward Adam Blair. Four other Sea Eagles players were charged along with Stewart including his brother Brett. The other charges against Manly are: Darcy Lussick â€“ Grade 4 Contrary Conduct; Brett Stewart â€“ Grade 3 Contrary Conduct; Kieran Foran â€“ Grade 2 Contrary Conduct; Michael Robertson â€“ Grade 1 Contrary Conduct. Manly chairman Scott Penn said the club needed to closely examine all aspects of the decision and the $50,000 fine placed on the club. "The club will handle the charges against the players for contrary conduct in the normal manner. "The fine to the club is disappointing and we will need to look at seeking external advice on the merit of the fine. We would not rule out an appeal. "Glenn Stewart has expressed his remorse at the incident in which he was sent off. It has been a tough time for him and his team mates over the past few days but now the charges have been laid we need to calmly examine every issue. That will take time but we have a deadline of noon tomorrow and we will take up all that time. "It is vital to every part our organisation - our sponsors, fans and players - that we acknowledge the seriousness of the incident but ensure the outcome is fair to everyone involved. "Emotions have run high since last Friday and the comments have been relentless. It is essential that there is no pre judging taking place because of intense media speculation," Mr. Penn said. He stressed the Sea Eagles had every faith in the NRL judicial system. "We believe strongly in ex players having total understanding of what the current players experience in such a massively promoted and high intensity match like Manly v Melbourne in front of a near capacity 20,000 fans at Brookvale Oval."